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By Danielle Charbonneau The 25th annual Florida Renaissance Festival in Deerfield Beach began Feb. 11, and continues March 4 – 26, every Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to sunset. The seven-weekend event celebrates the rich European era of the 14th to 17th centuries. In the northwest corner of Quiet Waters

By Miss-Adventure Whenever my mom visits Florida, she gets all decked out in her spandex shorts, hot-pink fanny pack and visored helmet, rents a beach cruiser and gets out to ride in the Gold Coast sunshine. Last March, she told me about this amazing ride she took along A1A to

PIONEER DAYS 2017 WHEN: Friday, Feb. 17–Sunday, Feb. 19 WHERE: Main Beach Parking Lot, 149 S.E. 21 Ave. Hours: Friday, Feb. 17, 6-10pm Saturday, Feb. 18, 10am–10pm Parade – 10am Grand Fireworks Display – 9:05pm Sunday, February 19th from 10am-5pm Cost: Free Shuttle buses will run from The Cove parking

BY MARIE PULEO • PHOTOS BY JEFF GRAVES Tonia Ryan A bit of show-biz glamour is coming to Pompano Beach with this month’s grand opening of Inance women’s clothing boutique. Teresa Giudice, star of the reality TV series “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” will be making a special appearance

RELAY FOR LIFE  2013                             By Nona Breitenstein, Event chair The Lighthouse Point/Deerfield Beach/Hillsboro Beach Relay For Life, held April 13, at Quiet Waters Park, was an amazing and inspirational 24-hour plus!  We raised over $20,000 at the Relay! After totaling all proceeds, we’re just above $100,000 in fundraising…with

“Walk in the Park” a Fun Time! Photos by Jon Frangipane and Marty Lee Everyone was invited to John Knox Village on Sunday, April 7th for a “Celebration of one community sharing life for 45 years.” The weather cooperated, except for a few sprinkles, as invited guests roamed the picturesque

IGNITING THE FIRE After my interview with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick at Cap’s Place Restaurant in June, the Amish saying, “Ve get too soon oldt, undt too late schmart” keeps running through my brain. Not ever having been a serious student of history, before the interview I was sure

Le Val de Loire is a quaint, unassuming French restaurant and creperie at the Cove Shopping Center in Deerfield Beach. Reminiscent of the casual brasseries in France where the dishes taste as fresh and familiar as home cooked meals, Le Val de Loire’s clients are sure to call the chef

On July 9, Florida Humane Society’s celebrated its first anniver- sary. The event was a huge success with over $8,000 dollars being raised and many area residents and business leaders touring the beautiful new facility for the first time. Demonstrations were performed by bomb sniffing and search and rescue K-9

SOL CHILDREN THEATRE Acting, Dancing and Singing Their Hearts Out! Interview by Marla Schwartz Photos by Debra Todd Children’s theater has come a long way, since originating in the ecclesiastical schools of Western Europe in the 13th century. A prime example of such an enterprise is The Sol Children Theatre